Definition of Blondness. Meaning of Blondness. Synonyms of Blondness

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Definition of Blondness

Blondness
Blondness Blond"ness, n. The state of being blond. --G. Eliot.

Meaning of Blondness from wikipedia

- slaves as blond and the Romans ****ociated blondness with the Celts and the Germans to the north. In western Europe during the Middle Ages, long, blond hair...
- Blonder and Blonder is the second album by the pop punk band The Muffs, released on April 11, 1995 on Reprise Records. The album contains the single "Sad...
- 4 Non Blondes was an American alternative rock band from San Francisco, California, active from 1989 to 1994. Their first and only album, Bigger, Better...
- The Blondes is a scripted podcast based on the novel of the same name by Emily Schultz premiering in July 2019. Starring Madeline Zima, Robert Belushi...
- Legally Blondes is a 2009 American comedy film. It is a spin-off of the Legally Blonde film series. It was directed by Savage Steve Holland and co-produced...
- The Blonds (Spanish: Los Rubios) is a 2003 Argentine and American do****entary/drama film, directed by Albertina Carri, and written by Carri and Alan Pauls...
- known to have blond hair. The blonde trait developed via the TYRP1 gene, which is not the same gene that causes blondness in European blonds. Early European...
- Blond is a hair color. Blond or Blondes may also refer to: Blond (surname) Blond, Haut-Vienne, France Blond Bay State Game Reserve, Australia Blond (band)...
- Blonded Radio (stylized as blonded RADIO) is Frank Ocean's Beats 1 radio show that originally lasted from February to August 2017, with four additional...
- stereotypes are stereotypes of blond-haired women. Sub-types include the "blonde bombs****" and the "dumb blonde". Blondes are differently stereotyped from...
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